Prime Minister Saad Hariri.
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In just a matter of weeks, Lebanon has been party to three pivotal international meetings in support of the country as it faces tough challenges involving security, the economy and the Syrian refugee crisis.You'd think Lebanese politicians would rally together on these occasions as the country goes on the international stage, putting aside petty party politics for the greater good and supporting the government's efforts – and those of the international community – to bring the country back from the brink.Unfortunately, using moments when the country is before the international community to take domestic political potshots amounts to shooting the entire country in the foot.
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